Waste of Kokomo: UAW Joe

By Brian Blunt, Leonard Pigg, and Jimmy Shaw

Special guest appearance by Cooper Shaw.

Recorded live at the Kokomo chapter of Phi Delta Kappa Beta Nu at 2401 Saratoga Avenue, Kokomo, Indiana, 46902.

Today’s guests are Miguel Gomez and Jen Greathouse. The conversation today is about efforts to assist veterans in Howard County, especially those by the UAW 685 Veterans Committee.

Please note: this episode does include some discussion of TBI, PTSD, and other difficult issues handled sensitively.

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Show Notes and Links:

The American Legion

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Cook McDoogal’s Irish Pub, Downtown Kokomo

Grissom Air Museum

Habitat for Humanity of Kokomo

Howard County Vietnam Veterans Organization

Jackson Street Commons

Mental Health America of North Central Indiana

Pearl Harbor National Memorial

USS Arizona Memorial FAQs

VFW: The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S.

Who’s Yer Coustic

Mark your calendars for the 0.5k Run at Grissom Air Museum on May 9, 2020.

Editor’s note: This should have been published earlier this week. There were tech issues and we apologize to the WOK crew and to its listeners and fans for the delay.

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